Miscarriage of Justice

Miscarriage of Justice

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Baker & Taylor
Dissatisfied with her stale marriage and societally imposed role in the suffrage-era South, Annie Dotson engages in an affair with a married man and inadvertently sets in motion a series of events that leads to a shocking public murder, in a tale based on a true case in early twentieth-century Nashville.

Hachette Book Group
Based on actual events, Anna Dotson is a passionate modern woman of the 1900s who finds herself stifled by the lingering outdated rules of Victorian society. When her every attempt to rekindle romance and affection with her husband--a prominent local doctor--fails, she finds herself turning to the friendship of Charlie Cobb, a new man in town. But as their relationship becomes more intimate, smalltown tongues start wagging, and their starcrossed affair leads to a shocking public murder.

Publisher: New York : Center Street, 2008
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781599956879
Branch Call Number: FICTION GAYDEN
Characteristics: 330 p.


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